This Is How You Lose Her by Junot Diaz The Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist releases a new collection of short stories.
Madame Junot was there, and Mademoiselle de Bessires, with a crowd of others less known, but scarcely less lovely.
"You answer not, general," exclaimed Junot, in extreme anguish.
So great a personage as he now was must, of course, have a secretary, and the faithful Junot had been appointed to the office.
At the same time Junot was to take to the Directory the conquered standards.
This was in 1806, and the same year a French army under Junot invaded Portugal and drove the royal family into exile.
Men may be unjust towards me, my dear Junot, but for me my innocence is sufficient.
They had heard Junot's insolent order to their priests, commanding them to preach submission.
He then withdrew, after offering Junot a horse for the hunt.
Gen. Junot wounded in the face by a musket ball, while reconnoitering the British lines.